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Large Copper Commercial Whiskey Stills

Whiskey manufacturing is a patient process. While manufacturing whiskey is relatively easy, it’s the aging of a whiskey that brings it to maturity, and only then is it ready to be enjoyed. At HBS, our all copper whiskey stills come in traditional still styles and in a more modernized unique setup designed for knowledgeable and serious distillers. With our commercial whiskey stills, you can easily control the temperature of your system and create serious brew.

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Whiskey Distillation Raw Materials

Whiskey is a simple spirit made from water, yeast and grain. Straight whiskeys contain no other ingredients while blended whiskeys may contain additives in small amounts. Water is an important element in creating whiskey as it needs to be clean, clear and free of impurities such as iron that will cause a bad taste in the final finished product. Yeast should be grown on barley malt and kept free from bacterial contamination. As for the grain used, that will be dependent on the type of whiskey being made.

All whiskey contains a small amount of malted barley because it’s used to start the fermentation process. Scotch malt whiskey contains only barley while other whiskeys contain barley combined with corn, wheat, oats and/or rye. For example, corn whiskey must contain at least 80 percent corn, while Bourbon whiskey and Tennessee whiskey must contain at least 51 percent corn. Rye whiskey must contain at least 51 percent rye, and wheat whiskey must contain at least 51 percent wheat.

Whiskey Stills at HBS

You can’t go wrong with a tried-and-true whiskey still from HBS. HBS is a reliable whiskey still manufacturer that designs American-made custom whiskey stills for commercial use. Find the perfect copper whiskey still today at HBS.

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